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A Day in the Life of: Poet Richard Stokes

...being published.Stokes' bio when he publishes in the Capital City Weekly's Writers' Weir explains his focus for much...Arts and Culture Center.His writing has been in the Capital City Weekly's Writer's Weir, L'attitude, Tidal Echoes...
A day in the life of Rosa Miller

...his granddaughter and should have the right to stand in the middle of the dancers, she said.She spoke with the Capital City Weekly recently about her memories, and the Auk Kwaan.Miller is a Raven of the Dog Salmon (L'eeneidi) clan and...
Empire Editorial: Rie Munoz: On our walls and in our hearts

...that is what keeps me going.'"And that is what keeps us going - having a Rie Munoz on our walls and in our hearts.Editor's note: A more in-depth profile of Rie Munoz will run in the April 22 edition of the Capital City Weekly.
Five ways to celebrate poetry month

This list of five ways to celebrate National Poetry Month was provided by The Academy of American Poets, which founded and continues to organize National Poetry Month, observed in April.
Southeast History in review: Before Dorothy Lake's hydro project

Editor's note: this column was first published in the Capital City Weekly on Feb. 17, 2010The news of Dorothy Lake hydroelectric project going on line makes me curious about what happened before that...
Ketchikan's Wearable Art

...Feb. 14 and 15, with the theme of Juxtaposition. For photos of the Juneau show, see next week's Arts in the Capital City Weekly.For more on the Juneau show, visit more on Sitka's show, visit http...
Music lessons return to Angoon's schools

...fourth through sixth graders. Once a week, kids return from PE to find their recorders on their desks. The week the Capital City Weekly was in town, some immediately began to play the basic tune to "Mary Had a Little Lamb."Quinn quizzed them...
Twenty years of Toe

...asked him to publish in The Paper - which he had started after departing from the Empire. Toe was published in the Capital City Weekly next, and by 2000 was publishing regularly with the Empire, where he's been a favorite of readers every Sunday...
Wolves of the Alexander Archipelago

...trapping pressure and the high pack turnover that exists on POW?? Mary Catharine Martin is a staff writer for the Capital City Weekly, and Outdoors reporter for the Juneau Empire.
From the Arts desk

It's been a month since we launched the latest iteration of the Capital City Weekly, which incorporates Arts content from the Juneau Empire with the Weekly's broad-based coverage of Southeast communities...


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